The Preflight View is designed to show you what was flagged in your file based on the Ground Controls that have been set.
Markzware has set up Default Ground Control Sets as a starting point.
As an example, if you disable all Ground Controls and set each one to the Ignore State, FlightCheck will find nothing wrong with your document. However, the FlightCheck score will show as “-%” in Red text. This may seem counter-intuitive. If you think about this for a minute, if someone disables all checks, then they have told FlightCheck they really do not care what may be wrong with the document.
By enabling certain Ground Controls that fit your needs, you can get an idea of how your document stands regarding being ready for your intended use. While FlightCheck was built with a bias towards printed output, it can perform equally well for the workflows such as checking PDFs to be posted on the internet to make sure they are not too large.
The FlightCheck score is an indicator of how “ready” your document is based on the Ground Controls that have been enabled.